Getting the Best Shots from Your Kicker Day

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How to get the best shots from your Kicker day The snow has just fallen on the mountains, dusting the hills with pristine white powder and as any good snowboarder knows, it is best to hit the kicker within a few days after it's fallen. It is time to pack up your gear and tools to head up for some breathtaking vista, and heart pounding jumps. Grab your best hardworking…

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Shooting the snow message + Tips from experience.

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The snow message is something that Connor Walberg and I do for Vail Resorts.  Vail resorts is a huge corporation that owns eight resorts in the US and Europe.  I decided to share my experience about the snow message, because it puts us in unique situations, and there’s always something to be learned.  Since we are action sports photographers, I am sure that some of you do something similar for…

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Park Jumps – Snowboarding and Skiing Photography

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One of the most accesible places for learning to shoot snowboarding and skiing photography is the terrain park.  It allows any photographer to capture great shots even if they don't have athletes to work with yet.  On top of that, it will help you land athletes to shoot with for future shoots. Terrain parks are accessible to most ability levels of skiers/boarders from beginner to expert. They are also safer…

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The Winter Season is Here!

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If you live on the North side of the hemisphere, you have probably noticed that the weather has been cooler, most mountains have good snow, and we finally got some snow in Colorado.  It started as a really slow winter and the lack of snow is tough for all the ski resorts in Colorado. Copper Mountain (@ http://www.coppercolorado.com) was the first resort in North America to put up a legit…

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